All 2020 Campbell County Property Tax Bills have been officially handed over to the Campbell County Clerk’s Office for collection. If you did not pay your taxes during our collection schedule, you must now contact the County Clerk at (859) 292-3845.
The final day that you will be able to pay your Campbell County Property Taxes at the Sheriff’s Office will be Thursday, April 15th, 2021. At end of business that day, all delinquent property taxes will be turned over to the Campbell County Clerk’s Office for collection.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
CONTACT PERSON: Jerry Wagner, Executive Director
Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association & Ranch
(606)782-0592 or (270)362-8660
“CAMPBELL COUNTY SHERIFF MIKE JANSEN ELECTED TO SERVE AS
2ND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE KENTUCKY SHERIFFS’ ASSOCIATION …”
The Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association held their 91st Annual Conference in Bowling Green, KY, February 1-5, 2021. This year’s conference was very well attended by attendees, including Sheriffs, Deputies and Staff participating in over 40 hours of training.
According to Jerry Wagner, Executive Director of the Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association, “Campbell County Sheriff Mike Jansen was elected to serve as 2nd Vice President of the Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association in 2021.”
“It is both an honor and a privilege to work with the Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association. Sheriff Jansen is most deserving and has always represented Kentucky Sheriffs in a positive manner. I feel sure he will continue to stand for Kentucky Sheriffs, along with the citizens of Campbell County and the Commonwealth during his tenure. The KSA strives to better the Office of Sheriff by keeping Sheriffs abreast of what is going on in the law enforcement community with ongoing training and legislation, which helps in serving Kentucky’s citizens”, added Wagner.
Wagner said, “We would like to congratulate Sheriff Jansen on being elected as KSA 2nd Vice President. We look forward to a great year and hope everyone will lend their hand in support of and congratulations to Sheriff Jansen.”
For more information about the Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association, contact KSA Director Jerry Wagner at 606-782-0592.
Food Box Program March 3rd, 17th and 31st, 2021
The Alexandria Police Department has partnered with The Food Soldier Hunger Coalition to provide food to families in our community has been extended through the month of March!
Food will be available at the dates and times listed above. Boxes will be limited based upon the number of people in your household and are available as supplies last.
Sheriff Jansen stopped out to help distribute with the Alexandria Police Staff last month.
FAKE CALLS ARE BEING MADE AGAIN. BE ALERT & AWARE
! ! ! SCAM WARNING ! ! !
The Sheriff’s Office will NEVER call you and ask you to pay over the telephone to resolve any legal document or warrant. Scammers are at it again, and are now using our name and address of 1098 Monmouth Street as a place to meet in the parking lot to settle an issue. THIS DOES NOT HAPPEN!
Please always call our office to verify any such call 859-292-3833.
Callers are also masking their number with our number, so DO NOT TRUST anyone asking you to pay to resolve a legal issue over the phone. Call us and verify first.
The Burlington Office for REAL ID is now Open
The Burlington KYTC Regional Driver Licensing Office is now open and offers standard and REAL ID credential services!
Extra measures have been taken to ensure sanitization and proper social distancing to protect the health of customers and employees, including the launch of a new online appointment scheduling system to minimize wait times and lines. Applicants may make appointments online at realidky.com to apply in person for a standard or REAL ID credential. Walk-ins are also welcome. The Regional Driver Licensing Office, 6159 First Financial Drive, will be open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
NOTE: While some services require an in person visit, Kentuckians are encouraged to use mail or drop-in options to renew or apply for standard credentials if they are able:
Those whose licenses, permits or ID cards were lost or expired – or will expire – any time from March 1 through Feb. 28, 2021 and who do not require testing may apply for renewal or replacement remotely through the circuit court clerk in their county of residence.
Check with the clerk as to preferred method, such as drop-off form or mail-in form. The forms can be downloaded here – https://kycourts.gov/…/Pages/Drivers-License-Services.aspx. In addition, check with your circuit clerk or online at drive.ky.gov for updates.
The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office is now collecting the 2020 Property Taxes are now due. You must pay the February amount on your bill at this time.
Go to our Tax Information Page to read all about how to pay your taxes in person, on line, by mail or at Heritage Bank.
We had a great visit from the folks who do Cookies for a Cop. They deliver cookies as a sign of support across the Greater Cincinnati Area to Law a Enforcement agencies, Fire Departments and other First Responder Groups. We are very thankful, especially in this difficult year we are all enduring.
Pictured above: Sheriff Mike Jansen, Cookies for a Cop Founder – Becky Grizovic, helpers Carson & Jackson, Sharon Heck-Neal and Chief Deputy Ken Fecher.
You still have time to request an absentee ballot to vote in this coming election. Deadline is October 9th, 2020.
If your Kentucky license plate is expired, or you need to register a new car, the County Clerk’s Office is now open for regular business.
Out of State Vehicle Inspections:
If you are transferring an out of state title to Kentucky, come to the Sheriff’s Office beforehand and will will do the required inspection for out of state transfer. Inspections are $5 cash or check.
If you have any question, please contact the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office: 859-292-3833
If you need your Driver’s License made or renewed, contact the Circuit Court Clerk @ 859-292-6314